The Board’s action to ban wild and exotic animals as pets better aligns Arlington with neighboring jurisdictions on the issue.
The Legal Aid Justice Center will use a $100,000 one-time grant from the County to aid Arlington immigrants, refugees and mixed-status families.
The rabid dog lived in Washington, DC, but was seen at an Arlington veterinary clinic.
The Arlington County Board has approved the purchase of a three-story office building at 2920 S. Glebe Road to house a Head Start program that will be displaced when the County transfers its Edison Center property to Virginia Hospital Center.
As another season of warm weather settles in, Arlingtonians can resume the fight against disease-carrying nuisances with a few simple precautions.
The Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments has released its 2017 report on homelessness for the region, showing a nine percent decline in homelessness. While Arlington has shown a significant decrease in numbers since 2013, it saw a slight rise in 2017.
Gov. Terry McAuliffe will visit Arlington on Wednesday, April 26 to sign women’s health legislation covering the 12-month supply of hormonal contraceptives at one time as part of any health benefit plan.
Free tax assistance geared toward low- and moderate-income households is available in Arlington, offering the services of certified tax preparers at a variety of locations.
These volunteers provide vital time and support to allow young people to discover skills and self-confidence so they can thrive.
Arlington County has published a bonus paperless edition of The Citizen quarterly newsletter for January, filled with key winter weather tips, County Board actions, Arlington Public Schools happenings, parks and rec activities and other useful information.